Tuña lies in the municipality of Tineo (Asturias) and set in the beautiful valley of the River Tuña. Because of its position it is surrounded by nature, particularly by dreamy forests. But the main feature of this village is its history.
It is difficult to provide a short description of each building because they each have their own history and secrets to tell. From Turismo Natural, we suggest you visit Tuña and walk through its streets, talk with the locals and enjoy these ‘casas-palacios’.
Although it is impossible to talk of each house briefly, we can list a number of monuments you might find on your visit to the village:
- Palacio de Cabo del Río (Cabo del Río Villa).
- Puente del Carral (Carral Bridge).
- Torre de Campomanes, (Campomanes Tower).
- Torre de Campo (Campo Tower).
- Iglesia de Santa María de Pedrero (Church of Saint Mary of Pedrero).
- Busto del General Riego (Bust of General Riego).
- Torre de los Cienfuegos (Cienfuegos Tower).
- Palacio de Barreiro (Barreiro Villa).
Tuña was awarded the 2000 Exemplary Village of Asturias Award by the Prince of Asturias and the plaque lies right next to the bust of General Riego.
For all those of you who love the peace and quiet of the countryside…Tuña is a must-see during your holidays.